Tinctures are concentrated herbal extracts made by soaking the bark, berries, leaves (dried or fresh), or roots from one or more plants in alcohol or vinegar. The alcohol or vinegar pulls out the active ingredients in the plant parts, concentrating them as a liquid. To use our handcrafted tinctures, fill the dropper or small syringe with the liquid and drip it into the mouth, just under the tongue. A little goes a long way! Hold the tincture in the mouth for a few seconds before swallowing.
A tincture is a very convenient method of herbal administration:
- They can be stored for extended periods
- alcohol-based tinctures can last indefinitely if prepared properly
- apple cider vinegar can last for about six months if prepared properly
- Once prepared, tinctures are simple to dispense and can be taken instantly in a glass of water or tea
- Tinctures are useful when an infusion, tea, or decoction would taste too bitter to drink
- You can tincture any part of the herb: leaves, roots, flowers, or seeds
Chamomile can be used for Sleep and Treats Insomnia. Boosts Immunity. Treats Cold. Reduces Muscle Spasms and Period Pain. Soothes Stomach Ache. Treats Cuts, Wound and Skin Conditions. Reduces Stress. Lightens Skin.
Garlic can be used for the treatment of viral skin infections, wounds or ulcers. In the old days, it was a common remedy for flu and colds, viruses, strep, worms, high blood pressure, kidney and bladder problems and respiratory ailments.
Sheppard's Purse Tincture
Sheppard's Purse can be used for headache, vomiting blood, blood in the urine, diarrhea, and bladder infections. Women use shepherd's purse for premenstrual problems, long periods, and menstrual cramps. Shepherd's purse is sometimes applied directly to the skin for nosebleeds, superficial burns, and bleeding skin injuries.
Slippery Elm Tincture
Slippery Elm for coughs, sore throat, colic, diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), bladder and urinary tract infections, syphilis, herpes, and for expelling tapeworms.
White Oak is used for Bladder infections, venereal diseases, vaginal infections and dysentery have been known to improve with the use of white oak in the form of a tincture or tea, Oak bark is used for diarrhea, colds, fever, cough, bronchitis, for stimulating appetite, and much more!
Turmeric is used for arthritis, heartburn (dyspepsia), joint pain, stomach pain, Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, hemorrhage, diarrhea, intestinal gas, stomach bloating, loss of appetite, jaundice, liver problems, Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection, stomach ulcers, and irritable bowel syndrome.
Lemon Peel Tinture has a high nutritive content (especially ascorbic acid) that helps to build the body's immune system and ward off infection, lowers cholesterol, and treats cataracts. These nutrients also promote nail growth, improve circulation, cleanse the liver, are helpful in dealing with ear infections, capillary fragility, muscular contractions and varicose veins. Lemon peel is also great for acne and pimples, wrinkles and dark spots, because of it contains antioxidants that can help to detoxify the skin.
Bay Leaf Tincture
Bay Leaves are a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Also regular inclusion of bay leaves in meals promotes general health. 2. They have been proven to be useful in the treatment of migraines.
Clove is useful in preventing gum disease. While the essential oil is most often used in remedies, clove powder has been found to be very effective as a deworming agent and in Ayurvedic medicine cloves are used to help treat nausea, flatulence and indigestion. Nutmeg and cloves increase sexual activity in males. ... Nutmeg has been shown to increase blood circulation, which can help with ED.
Ginger, Lemon & Cinnamon Tincture
Garlic & Lemon
Combining garlic and lemon juice may help slash total and LDL cholesterol levels in people with elevated blood lipids, as well as improve their blood pressure, while helping get rid of the extra weight and will also increase blood circulation.
Butterfly Pea Tincture
Butterfly Pea Flower enhances cognitive & brain function, improves eye sight, improves hair growth and reduces graying , stimulates collagen production, reduces stress & anxiety, inhibits glucose intake, helps reduce fever, and may help reduce the severity & stress on the body from convulsions...And much more!
Marjoram is used as a “nerve tonic” and a “heart tonic,”. Marjoram is used for coughs, gall bladder complaints, stomach cramps and digestive disorders, depression, dizziness, migraines, nervous headaches, nerve pain, coughs, & runny nose.
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